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Representative samples of normal and abnormal lesions on Ozark Hellbenders, <i>Cryptobranchus alleganiensis bishopi</i>.

By Cheryl A. Nickerson (190434), C. Mark Ott (268482), Sarah L. Castro (337106), Veronica M. Garcia (337107), Thomas C. Molina (337108), Jeffrey T. Briggler (337109), Amber L. Pitt (337110), Joseph J. Tavano (337111), J. Kelly Byram (337112), Jennifer Barrila (268487) and Max A. Nickerson (337115)


<p>All individuals sampled were captured from the North Fork of the White River, Ozark County, Missouri on 17 August 2007. A shows a normal left back foot (NFWR 138), B shows lesion on palm of right back foot (NFWR 136), C shows lesion on toes of left front foot (NFWR 136), D shows lesion on right back limb with all toes missing (NFWR 135), E shows lesion on right back limb with all toes missing (NFWR 139), and F shows lesion on lower lip (NFWR 139).</p

Topics: Microbiology, Ecology, samples, abnormal, lesions, ozark, alleganiensis
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0028906.g002
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